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How to Use Blatant Inaccuracies to Remove Negative Accounts From Your Cr...

You can get instant no opt-in free access to the Blatant Inaccuracies PDF at Follow along as we go over the difference between blantant inaccuracies and regular factual disputes for credit sweeps in addition to why it matters for removing negative accounts from your credit report. The link to grab IdentityIQ Credit Monitoring at $21.99/m instead of $29.99/m is (*affiliate link) - copy and paste the link to your browser if you have an error show up Learning how to do a credit sweep is not rocket science but I can definitely tell you that if it is not done the right way, you'll end up with more headaches than results and can do permanent damage. This is why this information is free and made available to you! Leave me a comment on this video letting me know what you're struggling with (related to fixing your credit) and I will see how I can fit it into my videos or what type of content I can provide to and for you. To learn more about how to remove collections, charge-offs, repossessions, late payments, foreclosures and public records, check out the Deep Dive Workshop at; this is the same place to get access to the free Subscriber Hub as well as find the dispute letter (software) creator apps.


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